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Filament Spoolholder/shelf (storage)

3D model description

When I first bought my 3d-printer it came with just one spool of filament, but gradually, I bought more spools without considering the amount of space they occupied. Therefore I came up with this simple solution to get all of my spools on the wall.

This Filament Spool-holder/shelf was made using only broomsticks and a 3dprinter. I bought two broomsticks and sawed them to the right size, printed all the parts and mounted it to the wall. Easy as that.

The broomsticks are available pretty much anywhere making these holders universal.

First of all, get the broomsticks and saw them as you wish.

When the parts are printed snap/glue the deco to the main part. Check if the main parts fits can slide in to the mount.

Use a leveler to get your first mount straight, don´t screw the second mount to the wall yet. Measure the distance by using the main parts with your broomsticks inserted, mark the distance and then screw the second mount to the wall.

When both mounts are on the wall you just slide the main parts into the mounts with the broomsticks inserted.

If you have any questions, please let me know :)

3D printing settings

Filament: PLA

Resolution: 0.25mm

Estimated time: 8-10 hours

  • 3D model format: STL





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